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the more ons that we e sending to washington. i'm going to make some hay off of it. and the great washington game, that they never like to actually talk about is that the congressman and the senators get briefed in on programs constantly. and they always know about these things. it's not as if this is the first time they've heard about the nsa programs. and then the pact that they have, is that when something is expressed in the press they run to the podium and express outrage, demand answers when knowing the whole time what's going on. >> we just don't wecare, do we? >> we do put up with it. >> speak for yourself. i put up with it. >> we don't put up with it. we're doing this story and complaining about it. >> where do you stand on this? >> i didn't know. in the summer of 2001, the nsa intercepted information from two of the 9/11 hijackers. but they couldn't do anything about it. they used to have the tests with the emergency broadcasting system, show us this kind of information all the time. we should be informed as to why we need these programs, kennedy. >> this is what i will
to get it a country that wants him permanently. >>> in washington some guy named jay carney made it clear that this isn't okay. >> obviously not a positive development and we have a wide range of interests with the russians and we are evaluating utility of the summit. >> and some republican senators agree with john mccain calling russia's actions a slap in the face of all-americans. lindsey graham saying washington should consider this a game changer in our relationship with russia. also a game changer, this guy. this is great because andy levy no longer has to lock the door or anything. the cats can come and go as they please. i think that's pretty good. jimmy, good to see you on the show. you look great. thanks for the kit. >> thank you. thanks for dressing like a peeper's jam jams. >> jam jams? >> what people call p.j.s. i thought it was a perverted thing. >> you know all things about kids and sex jokes. >> speaking of which, what do you make of this, of him getting temporary asylum? >> i don't know what people are saying about the secrets leaking out. i'm rather finely mad about obama
and then sent his kids to the most expensive school in washington, d.c. remember that. >> good stuff. >> i am done. >> you are done. >> this was an exciting show, andy. >> i don't know about that. >> you didn't like it? >> it was -- well, no, i liked it. >> good, good, good. you know what made it? fatburg. we should have lead with fatburg. that does it for me. i'm twreg gutfeld -- i'm greg gutfeld, your fatburg. powerful prime time in all of cable news. >> laura: the o'reilly factor is on. tonight: [shouting] >> laura: as threats against the united states intensify, the liberal "the washington post" scorches president obama over the war on terror. [shouting] >> laura: we'll have the latest. >> the gap between the have and have notes. [ applause ] >> is getting wider and wider. it's going to be a problem that no amount of police can solve. >> laura: a dire warning from rapper jay-z as he launches the latest salvo in the class warfare debate. >> i don't want to really scare america but the real problem is there is no million class. >> laura: is the hip hop millionaire just another out
? don't you have something to do in washington? >> so you think it is a bad idea? interesting. michael x the clown controversy is tearing our country apart. should they resign the office of the presidency and save them from shame and embarassment that we haven't endured since the nixon administration? >> it is like an east germany, west germany type thing. it is really tearing at us. i hate this story for a thousand reasons, but mostly it is the great fake controversy. we need a great fake controversy. the republican congressman, not only is he not doing his job -- he is a congressman, of course he is not doing his be jo. but he is furthering the story. nothing happened. the guy did a bad comedy act. it wasn't racist. >> between shows and doing it to open the show and pushing it forward -- >> we are doing the show. that's what you are saying. >> this is longstanding rodeo tradition and they should double down this. liberals have no sense of humor. they are only good at making fun of other people. they never think it is okay when the joke is on them. he is going texas size too. they will
do the green bay packers and the raiders or the chargers or washington, d.c.'s football team, whatever their name is. >> you are a wimp. >> i stand correct. >> you are correct. >> good point, andy. >> thank you, bill. >> the washington redskins? >> he is afraid to say it. >> no, i am not. >> redskins, redskins, nah, nah, nah, nah. >> thank you for pointing out boone. double stuffed oreos. the high school kids found the double stuffed have 1.86 times the stuff of the regular stuff. the nabisco rep says they use double the stuff. where is the missing stuff going? >> probably rogue employees are stealing it. >> that's the easy thing to say. you have m theory that has seven extra space time dimensions. is this a mini world situation. is there another universe? >> maybe it is gravity. >> it is called the stay puff marshmellow man. >> there is a chance it is leaking into another universe and they are trying to figure out where this stuff is spontaneously materializing from. >> you are just asking questions. >> thank you, bill. >> i just don't think we heard the end of the story. so
, washington freebie con reporter allison barber, number 23. you have a pen in your ear. if hilarity was a cross-word puzzle i would do him in my pajamas while siping an espresso, comedian tom cotter and my repulsive sidekick, bill schulz. and he is so british his stiff upper live has a stiff upper live and they own a cottage near the palace guardment jonathon hunt, with "studio b" because it is not studio a, tough beans. >> a block, the lede. that's the first story. i don't know where you end and i begin, greg. >> so true. robin thicke's mom dropped a bomb. she commented on her son's raunchy performance with miley cyrus at the mtv music awards on sunday. which means it is time for -- the former mrs. allen thicke says, quote, i don't understand what milely cyrus is trying to do. this is exactly what she said, jonathon. i think she is miss beet gotten in this -- she is miss be gotten in her point. it was almost over the top to be a parody of itself. not to the out publicized billy ray cyrus who claims to be her father defended his daughter in the same rag saying, quote, she is still m
the world, we have terrorist training camps in new york and in seattle, washington in the woods. there are places they don't tell us all about. but i think if you have to protect the populous you will have to do that. there has been enough italian restaurants because of the mofia. >> that was going to be my point. cops have been bugging the mofia hangouts for years. and italian cops have to do it. there are muslim cops in new york that are actually part of this. i think they do a brave job of doing that. kennedy, you probably disagree. nypd efficients argue that mosques can be used to shield the work of terrorists by taking advantage of the restrictions on the investigation of first amendment activity. 1* that a reasonable concern? >> probable cause is a reasonable concern. the problem with that is it casts such a wide net. my fear is if you have a liberal mayor who is elected like kristine quinn and they think there are christian churches where there are a lot of tea party members why wouldn't they do the same thing? they can claim that -- there are -- >> they are blowing up bu
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together on. you know, maybe it isn't a bad start. maybe the first step to any gridlock in washington turns out to be music. i even came up with a motto. don't say no when it comes to this band. >> i get it. >> clint, you are a musician and what do you think of all of this? >> i just think, just say yes. >> why did i think of that? sh -- why didn't i think of that? >> yes is a band who brought really the innovation of a more technical approach to rock and roll. if you look at the history of where rock and roll was when they came along they upped the ante. much more sophisticated. >> you are saying basically they are the beatles of rock and roll. >> if the beatles were well known. >> exactly, exactly. is this a bigger waste of time or a bigger waste of money? >> i couldn't be more against being in the rock and roll hall of fame. they almost murdered rock and roll. i don't want to contridict you, clint. >> i had a knife pulled on me at their concert. >> that's how bad they are. people want to start killing people. it is why punk had to be. it is like when the church would only speak latin to
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